What did Lencho hope for?
Lencho hoped for rains as the only thing that his field of ripe corn needed was a shower.
In which direction huge mountains of clouds could be seen approaching?
In the north east huge mountains of clouds could be seen approaching.
Lencho compared the rain drops with _____.
Lencho compared the rain drops with coins.
Why was corn destroyed?
The corn was destroyed because of hail. There was no flower left on the plant.
What were the feelings of Lencho after the hail stopped?
After the hail stopped, he looked at his fields and his soul was filtered with sadness as everything was destroyed.
What did Lencho ask for from God through the letter?
Lencho wrote a letter to god and asked him for a hundred pesos to sow his fields again and to live until crops grow.
The postmaster was a ______ man.
The postmaster was an amiable man. He was a friendly and pleasant man.
Why was the postmaster angry?
Postmaster became angry when Lencho started counting money in the envelope.
Who does Lencho have complete faith in?
Lencho had full faith in god.
What is another word for contentment?
Contentment means satisfaction.
Where did Lancho live?
Lencho lived in the valley. His house was the only house in the valley.
What did Lencho assume when he read the letter?
Lencho assumed that God could not have made a mistake, nor could he have denied Lencho what he had requested.
Why does the postmaster send money to Lencho?
Postmaster was moved by Lencho’s complete faith in God so he thought to help him.
Why was it a sorrowful night?
It was a sorrowful night as the corn crops were destroyed.
What kind of man was Lencho?
Lencho was literate and yet he didn’t know how his letter would reach God without any address. He was a naive and Stupid farmer with blind faith on God and his powers.